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I'm not 100% sure but I don't think that two 120mm rads would be enough to cool CPU and GPU for best performance, I would think that if you got a 360 rad you would get lower temps from your system.
He is going with a Sandy Bridge CPU, they can be overclocked to 4.5 Ghz, or more, with the stock Intel air cooler.
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I'm not 100% sure but I don't think that two 120mm rads would be enough to cool CPU and GPU for best performance, I would think that if you got a 360 rad you would get lower temps from your system.
Not ONLY that, but the case(if you clicked on it) is a MiniITX and I plan on fitting all this inside the case. Lol. Nothing external here people!
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Just a real quick bump before I head off to work for the night. Was just wanting to get a response on the fan(s) that I put in the OP to see if the extra noise would be worth the CFM it would produce or if it would just get diminished by the fins and I should just go with a lower RPM fan.
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2600k on a h67?
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2600k on a h67?
Ummmmm yes? Whats so wrong about that? I really would like people to post a reasoning behind the question that are asking, really does help a lot. Lol The H67 board is socket 1155 so the Sandy Bridge is gonna plop right down into it. Is there some other reason why you asked this?
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